Child Custody and Doing What’s Best for Your Children
Divorce is difficult on all parties involved, especially children. They don’t often understand what is going on. And in some cases, they even believe they had something to do with the split.
When it comes to issues of child custody, it’s a must to do what is in the best interest of the children. This may not mean that you get everything you want, but in the end you have to keep your children in mind.
The court focuses primarily on the best interest of the children, wanting to make a decision that will put them in position to regain normalcy. Some of the factors that the court considers when awarding custody include:
- Which parent cares for the children most of the time
- The employment situation of the parents
- Which parent is most likely to facilitate a relationship with their former spouse
- The living situation of both parents
- Which parent is able to provide the most stable environment
- Whether a parent has remarried
Divorce can turn your life upside down. If this takes its toll on you, imagine what it is doing to your children.
Child custody matters are important, and you never want to do anything that could harm your children. If you have questions about custody, we are here to help. We know the ins and outs of the law, including the steps you can take to ensure a favorable situation in the future. Our website is full of information, and you can also contact us via phone or email for assistance.
Schedule a time to talk with us – we are here to help you. When you meet with your attorney, we will go over your entire case, your children, your money and everything else that’s important to you. Our goal is to remove the fear associated with divorce by protecting your money and maximizing your time with your kids, all within 3-6 months. We look forward to meeting with you!
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